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This Day in History: On this day in 1981, Sandra Day O’Connor became the first female justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. She was unanimously approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee and appointed by Ronald Reagan. O’Connor served as an Associate Justice for 25 years.

Check out the NewsHour article featuring Sandra Day O’Connor and her journey to the bench.
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i still get upset that she could not hold on just a bit longer...she retired just in time for georgie-boy to replace her with a misogynistic, entitled, asshole.
I had the privilege of hearing Judge O'Connor speak recently, she's a very impressive person.
Stripping away her party affiliation, I respect her as a person, as a woman.
+Tom Husband I would argue that she exited in proper fashion...if only more people in Washington would bow out gracefully...Washington is too much of a business and lost it's sense of service
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